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1 J. net-Peed-.Seeit—MB BAI .no RYE - Pawnee wheat. $3,08 bii. HI R I) Oorm. Berry Send Co. JI53 Ginnd Ave. fl-15flS. Lime Whore Needed Will Pay 80% Per Year for in yrnrs on your Investment. FRED CLINE Phone 3 _ Ahingdon. ttt. LUMP <;OAL-oaicsburR and vicinity, $7 50 per ton delivered Write or call collect CralRrnllci Coal Mine. R.R.. Fnlrvlew. 111^ I. For Kent—tt Poultry And Supplies—19 GET YOUn DAILY PROTEIN, Be sure the whole family t;nl* an egg eviMV <l»v. Call 3132 fl. Gnlesburg Poultry & K KS C O. l 34(1 .S. _Kftl)(igg. FrtYF'n.S, 4 to .1 Ihs.. 3de lb. Write Mrs. Philip Anderson, Maquon, 111., or 4 miles Pouthenst of Glison. COMPLETE LINK of Laying House equipment, Remedies and NUTRKNA FKBIIS. Try Auroomycln for Blue Comb. GALKSflUItr; HATCHERY. Phone 5!W5n-H 2 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING rooms, fur nlshed. Utll/tle* furnished. Sinker hen I. On bUB stop. Adults only liaa B..Maln. 3-ROOM unfurnished ant. Newly decorated. Cell after A p.m. 2BB W BrookB. For' Sale: Beauty equipment to outfit complete shop, 2 stoves, bed, davenbed, chairs, vanity dressiM, chest of drawers, also other Items. COMPLETELY PRIVATE. Tile bath, kitchenette. 2 newly furnished modem rooms .'or couple to enjoy, call 05-2392. ; SLEEPING ROOMS, Single and double, Innersprlng nmltresses. Continuous hot water. Near bath. Stoker heat. Gentlemen only. 10B0 N, Pralrio. 280-ACRE FARM. 80 -50 basts. Live stock and grain. Write giving ref crences and amount of equipment. Box 623. c/o Register-Mail. SLEEPING ROOMS, large closets. For i or 2 girls. Private, privileges 184 N. Prairie. 27B2-B. Wanted to Rent—23 Real Estate for Sale—24 NORTHWEST. Nice-and new 2 large hccltoom brick bungalow. Long living room, tUe bath, very modern kitchen, dishwasher, garbage disposal. Lovely basement, oil heat. Double garage. A. U. Johnson Really, Realtor. Rita Johnson, Sales. 453 Jefferson, 4575. 755 W. Main St. FARMER'S MARKET WESTERN ILLINOIS TOP MARKET for Poultry — Eggs — Cream J75 _E. Waters Phone 2244-2 KLIEN Itoll-Away Nests keeps eggs clean. GERALD WEAVER HATCHERY, w/lllamsfield, 111. Livestock—20 IJOARS—Purebred Hampshire. Blood tested. Farmer? prices. C. II. Emery and Son. Prairie City, III. HAMPSHIRE BOARS-The.se boars arc from n clean herd and good. Capron Sc Nelson, 2\j miles toulh of Klrk- woori. " BLOCK — OUROC — BOARS 6 ml, east of Glison. J. W. Block & Son, Maquon, III. DUROC BOARS — Pure bred and registered Large and dark red. Reasonable prices. Gerald Anderson, 4 ml. N. E. _o/_Gilson, III. BUSINESS MAN and wife desire 3 to 5 room furnished or unfurnished apt. _or_house,_ Phone 2298-4._ 3-ROOM unfurnished apt., 1st floor, by lady on pension. Call 5298-4. 2 OR 3 BEDROOM modern home with yard. Being a former property owner, would respect your property. Phone 3051-4. ILLINOIS STATE Police Sergeant Stanley E. Nelson, wife, and son, BRC 4, desire to live in Galesburg, and wish to rent a house. Double garage desirable. Excellent references. Phone Galesburg 4385, fl a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, or contact Sgt. Nelson through State Police Headquarters, Hock Island, 4-ROOM unfurnished apt. wanted by employed woman. North side. References exchanged. Write Box 028, c/o Register-Mall. FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR NORTHEAST. 4-room bungalow. 3 years old. Youngstown steel kltch en. Utility room. Oil heat. Insu lated. $7,000, $1,830 down, $40 monthly, 218 Hill Arcade, fl-1551, 7613-8, BOB FOSTER City and Farm Propertlei All Typei ol Financing 2-BEDROOM BUNGALOW 7n good northeast locallon. L-shaped living rootn with dining area. Unusual amount oi closet space. Large picture windows. Ntcc basement with gas furnace. Garage with overhead door. Extra ground included. Immediate possession. $11, BOO. HENSHAW REAL ESTATE 1130 N. Kellogg Phone 4316 Win. Quigley, Sales, 0165-2 CLINE REALTY CO. Realtors FARM AND CITY PROPERTY Real Entate Wanted—25 A. J 4-ROOM modern house and garage, on contract. Can give references. Box 632, c/o Reglsler-Mflll. f-iioOM MODERN HOUSE, 2 bedrooms. On contract. Have permit- nent work. Can give good references. Write Box 827, c/o Rpglster-Mnll._ WANTED LISTINGS. Have good prospective buyers for both brick and frame duplexes. Well located, north side. Mullen Real Estate, 410 Bondl Bldg. Phone 4480. I Miscellaneous—26 The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Wednesday, October 14, .lgg$,l_gJ k Convert Nov/ to c as TJMKKN CONVERSION BURNERS Designed lo Fit All Furnarr-f and Boilers. Torms tn Fit Your RudsM Phone for Free Estimates. •1318 SPANGLER'S 413 E. Main Phon HOME RESALE SHOP FAMILY HOME with large!"! E. Knox St. Phone 31,43.? Gas tot Preferred bu^notj f{f . F . nrGKr?ATon f; „ rK ,/ „,„,,_ , l"'S2 Grand Ave LARGE yard. necessary. Will pay $1 ,500 down,! , lf .i|ver to home balance on contract. In Galesburg|--'--' r 10 "" ln ' Miscellaneous—28 PROOF AGAIN! Proof Again! REYBURN SAVES YOU MONEY or within 8 miles. Phone 2403-8. LISTINGS WANTED: Have prospective buyers for 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. For prompt attention call: WM. E. YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bondl Bldg. Phone 8-1274 Eves. 1031-0 Miscellaneous—26 A. J. Cllne A, E. Meatherlngham STORM WINDOWS! By Ingersoll Borg-Warnor Co. Highest quality Aluminum Combination GALE REFRIGERATOR, cheap; rutin « n,,„ '?, n R'Kood shape. Wanted ,'Gibson to Buy: Good irod lumber. In quire 2400 Grand Ave. For SKELGAS he Supreme Bottle c.if S< LUKE'S Gibson 11 ft. Upright Freezer. $389.95 value. $289.05 17-ft. Upright Freezer. $549.95 value. $439,05 ial Sid e Critical Problems Facing Schools Discussed at Hitchcock P,1\A» its duty to its children with regard to education. Moral and spiritual values should be taught in the 195.1 2i-in. DuMont Deluxe con- [schools, but not to replace the role TV set with doors. Reg. |church and home in bringing the MM. Sale $349.95! right* kind 0 f education to our "The community must dischargesuperinlendent of the Community " Unit District 205, at the Hitchcock Junior High School Parent-Teacher Association meeting held at tho school Tuesday evening. "Critical Problems Facing Our 45 S. Pi HI I je MUREEN HARDWARE CO. Complete, line Chl-NamM paint? 42 Prairie. Phone 71120. N. FOR SALE 12-Apt. Bldg. with 9 garages and cottage. See DR. ADA CHAPMAN 641_N. Kellogg Ph-_1541-6 COACH—3 large rooms, well finished. Gas and electricity. Also 00 fine chickens. Phone 7078-9. _ NOTICE If you want to sell your home call us. We have buyers for all types and kinds of property. RALPH DAVES. INC., REALTORS fi2 S. Chambers — Phone 0878-fi HOUSE AND SOME acreage urgently jR.-ilph Daves Bernard Reavy needed this week as acreage has B484-2 Eves. 1330-D been sold. Close to Galesburg. Phone — 2780-0. i NEW Windows-Doors. Rave $$$$. Before FREEMAN STOKER with ,-, buying, get our prices - see these Priced reasonable. Call 9286- unit*. H. J, Wasson Co., St. 1558-6. 152 W. Main Floor Sample Hamilton Electric Dryer Reg. $259.50, Sale $lB4.5n' 3RD FLOOR - O. T. JOHNSON CO. . . BUCKS ' 2 full blood Shropshire. Reagor. Alexis, 111. RAMS Registered Cnrriedale. It Elmwood, Phone 293. George S. Bacher, DULLS—Purebred Polled Shorthorn, serviceable age. Farmer's prices. Also good calves suitable for club projects. G. W. Symonds, 1 mile north of Victoria, III. WAUTKD'. ZOO to 300 head fe ~ede7 ~p"l«". •Call collect. LaVerne Estes, Canton, III. Phone 2057-W. WANTED to rent or buy—5 or 8 room house In Galesburg by November 15th. Reliable couple, no children. Write to Robert Whlpkey, P.O. Box 4fll, Potsdam, N.Y. Real Estate for Sale—24 POLLED HEREFORD COWS, 6, registered, with calves. Three choice polled bulls, 17 months old. Two open heifers. All calfhood vaccl nated. Chester A. Brooks, Strong- JwraL 111. BERKSHIRE BOARS. Priced to sell to farmers. Bill Relnhardt, Glison. Turn south at Appleton Corners l'.j miles, Hi_ ml)es cast. IN KNOXVILLE. Recently repaired 5- room house with 5 acres, modern conveniences. Call P5-2779. _ _ 3-BEDROOM bungalow type home. N.W. Near Bateman School. Living room, dining room, bedroom, modern kitchen, bath down: 2 bedrooms, bath, sleeping porch up. Hardwood floors, well decorated. Ample storage space. Cement basement, stoker heat, stool. Garage. Possession $12,750. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg 4-BEDROOM RANCH TYPE BUNGALOW. Good south location. 2 bathrooms. Long living room Crosley kitchen. Automatic washer and dryer. Winkler gas furnace. Double garage. Full lot. Owner was transferred before home was finished. Take over F.H.A. loan. $3,700 down. $68 per month. $14,500. HENSHAW, REALTOR 1190 N. Kellogg Phone 4316 Wm. Quigley, Sales — 6155-2 LOMBARD DISTRICT. 2-apt. duplex. 6 rooms, bath each. 2 furnaces. Everything separate. Furniture, rugs, refrigerator, gas stove, washing ma-j chine goes with 1 apt. Be sure to see this wonderful buy. A. U. John-1 son Realty, Realtor. Rita Johnson, Sales. 453 Jefferson. 4575. USED • WASHERS $14.95 up REFRIGERATORS $29.95 up Fully Guaranteed ARLING'S Phone 4500 Main at Cherry ntroh. after Gib:-.on Electric $439.95. Sale. . Gilr-on Electric $309.85. Sale Range. Reg. ..$369.9.*) Range. Reg. $209.95 6:30 p.m. GUITARS—New and u«.ed. S7.50, $io, $12 .50 and up. Combiner's, 65 S. Seminary. RED CHROME extension table and 4'319 E. Main chairs, slightly used. Bargain. Blnrk fur eont, size 14. tlO. Coat, suits., .size 14. Chtap. 942 Jefferson afteri S p.m. i Why Wait? Buy What You Need Today. YOU'LL SAVE MONEY Use Revburn'e Easy Payment Plan Reyburn Hdwe. REFRIGERATOR, Coldspot 7 -ft. Good condition. New electric oven. Inquire 119 N. Seminary. Phone 8-1560 NEW 20 in, TV; Good used gas range; Baby buggy; Refrigerator; Washer; Radio; Living room suite: Miscellaneous furniture. Phone 2311-8, youth," stated Wesley T. Wooley, "Gel to Know Your Teachers" Is Theme it Churchill P.T.A. Schools" was Mr. Wooley's topic and he further stated that Galesburg schools are handicapped by a larger enrollment than existing facilities can hold. Further increases in the class rolls in tho next few years necessitates buildings to accommodate this growth or Galesburg may be faced with Upon arriving at the school,, ... - .... . , „ members of the Churchill JunioriP arttlme , or s P ut classes in all PLAY PEN, Phone 2736-2. pad, arid t'-ter-babe. NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, December 7, Lighting Fixtures Big discount all ihr, week JUGGINS ELECTING SHOP 1063 E. Main Phone 6338-0 Open till ? p.m. High School Parent-Teacher Association went to their individual child's home room where interesting discussions on school activities were conducted by each home room teacher. "Get to Know Your Teachers" was the theme of the meeting held at the school Tuesday evening. One hundred and fifty-five parents and teachers attended the meeting. A social hour followed in the our schools. With the increased enrollments creating housing problems, Another factor is the Increasing shortage of teachers. Illinois alone has a shortage of some 3,000 teachers. This is partly due to the low average pay of the educators, as well as the increasing cost of governments on local, state and national levels, the speaker stated. Hitchcock P.T.A. voted to appoint a committee to send a letter 1953, is the claim date in the estate sr hool lihrarv whrrn Mi« Shirinv P° int a committee to send a letter :,f HARRY A. SHOVEIt, Deceased ^ J£idV.^ Board i ,n (lhe ,,V 0Un,y C TV ! fcc service. In charge of the event ? n °™ mt ° h " d L n &X™ J^°iii«, £ County, Illinois, and that!.,.„ r „ Mrs xr\ Mr \ i- ra toc :form the citizenry of conditions as u. m-i .u-l were Mrs '. t,0 > d Takes, Mrs.. fh . u „„:«., •„ lh „ l n „ a l crhnnls and 0. pending Knox claims may be filed against the^r,.,.,.,, c m \ih Mrs i M <;rhafnr r ^P.^r/ j r„^^ w »^?^.^!said estate on or before said dateffi[ Mrs W m! Colver PITTSBURGH PAINTS Look Better Longer. Free Books on Color Schemes. Ask for Yours Today. PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO. E. Main Phone 4255 our easy to use cameras. Bii thdavs.!T """y" "* " anniversaries, family get - togethersl wl t"OUt issuance 01 summons. are perfect ocr; Service, 153 6474-6. iions. Midwest Photo Broad St. Phone To Make the Paint Job Easier Paint Rollers 1 —5 INCH ROLLER 1 —5 INCH WOOL COVER 1 —5 INCH MOHAIR COVER 3—PAN - ALL FOR BOARS—Registered Hampshlrcs. New blood lines, double treated, Bang's free. Also, Polled Shorthorn bulls. Stefiall Farms, Victoria. SHETLAND MARE PONY. Gentle. Would trade for cow. Chas. Buckley, Knoxyjllc RoarL_ PUREBRED Poland China spring boars, good type and breeding. Also some purebred Shorthorn club calves. John Laughead, Alexis, 111., _ R.R. 1. _ _ BOAHS—17 purebred Chester Whites.! Several sired by son of 1953 grand j champion boar oi Illinois. Darrel McMcen. 2 miles south of Glison Corners on Route 8. and 2 west. YARDE REAL ESTATE 41 9 Bondi Bldg. 2-Bdrm. Bung., N.W., gas heat. $ 6.800 2-Bdrm. Bung., N.W., gas heat. $ 8,500| ,2-Apt. Income* W. Main. ..$ 9,000 BATEMAN School District. 3-room 2-Rdrm. Utility, Brown Ave. ...510,800 house, 2 lots. Quick possession. $1500. :)-r,drm. Utility, East. F.H.A. „ SI 1,500 CLARIOEL LEONARD, REALTOR i.t-Rdrm., new. N.E., G.I. appr. . S12.R00 Robert Kelly, Salesman 2-Bdrm. Brick Bungalow, N.W. $19,500 Room 3, Carr Bldg. Phone 6678-6: Dale Knlss. Salesman BY~OWNER. Modern 2-bedroorn bun -i^,-*: 1274 ' Eves : "18-5, 1931-9 galow. "L"-Bhaped living room with,6-ROOM HOUSE on large lot, Prairie dining area. Basement. Low taxes. 1 city, $1,800. See Lewis F. Lillie Jr., I Stone school district. Phone 7801-7 1 Broker, Avon. ' for appointment. 247 BAND INSTRUMENTS . . . Rent- Bcfore-You-Buy plan at Bycrly- Gamble Music. Bring your boy and girl in for a Music Aptitude Test- talk to the band teacher at school- then rent a brand new Pan American for 8 weeks trial. Rental de-, posit applies as down payment when Broad & Ferris you buy. Phone 7394-6 for information. $1.98 Galesburg Glass Co. STANFORD R. SHOVER, Administrator Joseph V. Toohill, Attorney. Farmington, Illinois 10/7-14-21 School Suit Instigator Pushes Case JOHNSBURG, 111. CUP)— Mrs. Don Witherspoon Gives Talk to Hairdressers ! they exist in the local schools and to offer any aid possible to obtain the goals for which the board is working. Prior to Mr. Wooley's talk, John Harstick conducted an informal singing session with Russell Swise at the piano. Reports, at the busi- m ^^l^l°Z ^ Mr,n P H* r >ess meeUng conducted by Robert manent waving at the Monaay;„,„ „_„ „„„,, k „ „,„ rt^^tu,, evening meeting of the Hairdress-! Way - were read by_Mrs. Dorothy ers and Cosmetologists Unit 24, held in the Community Lounge of the Y. He was introduced by Mrs. Irene Sweeney. A discussion period followed Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Leo Morrison. Gordon Hirst, Hitchcock principal, welcomed the parents and spoke on "Home and School Partnership." He also announced Phone 4216 NORTHWEST LOCATION. 5-room bungalow, newly decorated inside and out, new roof, g»3 heat. Insulated, stairway to attic, decorated full basement; garage, overhead door. Lovely yard. Low taxes. Will 1 sell G.I. Phone 0128-7. I — ABINGDON — Solid brick bungalow. GOOD INVESTMENT W. MA IN. 2 ants. 3 large rooms, bath down, 4 rooms, bath up. Separate entrances. Excellent c o n d i t 1 o niFLORENCE AVE. 6-room home. Worth Large living room, fireplace, den. dining room, two large bedrooms, modern kitchen, and bath, enclosed back porch, deep basement, automatic water heater, attic fully floored, insulated, hot water heating system. Double garage. Large lot. Asking price now only $13,500. Must be seen to be appreciated. 305 Western St.. Abingdon. Phone 2102. SHOTTED POLAND CHINA spring hoars and Shropshire rams. Wayne Trollne. 3 miles west of Galva. BOARS—Registered Hampshire*. Long and rugged. Some weigh up to 300 lbs. Disease free. Claire Pottorf. Rio. _JU. POLAND CHINA BOARS. Outstand- Ing meat types. Farm on Rt. 0. 5Kb miles N.E, Bushnell. Beatty Bros. REGISTERED Hampshire boar*. We have an extra good offering They are long and heavy bodied. Clarence Talbott, 2 miles east Stronghurst. HAMPSHIRE fall and spring boars'. 100'i Bangs clean. Spring gilts and Shropshire yearling rams. Harry u Flsh 0 r & Son, Atedo, 111. PUREBRED Hampshire boars and gilts. Farmers prices. Dale Hatch, _ s miles southeast Avon. , ARTIFICIAL BREEDING Proven Bulls Six Breeds IIORNBAKER ANIMAL HOSPITAL -Phone 8-1543 BOARS—30 registered Spotted Poland China boars. 6 ml. east. 1 ml. south, and l'.'j ml. east of Galva. E. G Dustin & Sons, Galva. throughout. Comm. zoned. Always rented. Priced right. $11,500. RALPH DAVES. INC., REALTORS 02 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-2 Eves. 1330-5 Galesburg Real Estate Ag'cy 437 Bank of Galesburg Bldg. N.E.—3 bedrooms, very nice. ..$15,500 N.W.—Brick Bungalow. 1 yr. old. 3 bedrooms — ... $15,000 N. CHERRY—Nice Bungalow ..$12,000 S.W.—3-bedroom home $ 5,500 MODERN HOME — I Acre, 5 ml. North $ 6,500 15 ACRES—Close to Knoxvtlle $ 8,500 JOHN POGUE. REALTOR Ralph Poguc John Leahigh 6250-fi 1680-7 5875-9 considering. 4 large rooms, hardwood floors, bath down, 2 rooms up. Cement basement, hot water heat. Garage. Possession. $5,750. ISLEA DEETS DON DEETS 8-1488 Realtors 4768 511 Bank of Galesburg FLOYD W. SARGEANT H. A. YELTOK Realtors. 125 S. Cherry. 4145. Buy and retire in your own home. OIL BURNER—Kenmore, double burner, fan. Copper tubing, connections, two 50-gal. oil drums included. 2031 S. Timber, Knoxville. 95-2388. BATHTUB on Phone 6923-8. legs, good condition. DOUBLE UNIT rinse tank and drain board for restaurant or tavern use. Practically new. See it at Quinn's Tap, 175 E. Simmons St. DAVENPORT — Rose, 3-cushion, mohair. Cornet and case. Phone 7284-0. 1954 G.E. TV SETS PRICES START AT $179.95 18 Months to Pay. Small Down Payment. Terms as low as $2.55 Week. Goodyear Service Stores Kellogg Sr Simmons Phone 4384 SIEGLER OIL HEATER. 5 rooms, with fan circulator, good as new. Edgar Robertson, Glison, 111., R.F.D. Phone 4G18. LADY'S COAT, green, size 38: bedspread and matching drapes; linen tablecloth and napkins: kitchen stool: miscellaneous arUcles. Phone 2593-9. RAY SIMMONS, BRQKER 2-Bod. Ranch Type. Gas heat, hwd. floors, att. gar. $14,500 4 and Bath. Breezeway. Garage. Silas Willard Dist. Will contract. $10,000 5 -Rm. Bungalow. W. Main. Gas heat. Comm. zoned. $ 7,500 Income. 5 and bath up. 5 and bath down. Very good condl- FRED BURGLAND. REALTOR YOU'LL NEVER REGRET buying this substantially built 5-rooni frame 110 Acres, 5-rm. mod. home. New 2 DOG HOUSES, well built, nold St. . -' 249 Ar- Halloween Costumes for Tent. Children's and adults. 797 E. Fourth St. DAVENPORT and chair, $20: gas stove, $20: kitchen cabinet, $5; bedroom suj.te, $50; dining room table and 6 chairs. $10: breakfast set, S10; fernery. $3.50: cornh. radio: dresser, S6: rugs; lamps. $2.50: ironing board. S2.50: chairs; round table: lamp tables „,.,, , -. TJl" Xlithree programs lo be televised Witherspoon s talk. Later thej VVHBF-TV to help explain to group gathered at the Broadview^ bU Galesbur £ s present Hotel where a Christmas display, f needs for * bigger anr! Dorothv D Larson said todav she! WaS / h .°^ n -.u Mr5 v' Waustella G ' ve "ibetter facilities for the education Klernr^neiYo fci" .ffi^rt!^"^ e 'vSfwe ^Mrf of th , e childre ?- ,^ W$ "P*? settlement of her suit to remove ^^l^JiTA Sr ^of S^ffi^.idS^J" id ?t the use of parochial teachers in jthe Miller Beauty Supply of Bur-;J™' co „M not be nresent the Johnsburg Elementary School, wton Iowa i wh .° • , ? present. Mrs. Larson filed the suit in| llnTght0en reShment committee was'..J was en ' 0J ' ed after McHenry County Circuit Court last'compo^d 0 f Mrs. Georgia How- ine meeun 8- May to force state and local school ar d, Mrs. Gladys Johansen, Mrs. authorities to eliminate Roman 1 Pauline Stephens, Mrs. Sylvia Catholic nuns as teachers and to Locke, Mrs. Mildred Lovitt and hire secular instructors. |Miss Jessie Wilcoxen. The suit is being sponsored by i the Chicago division of the Ameri-j can Civil Liberties Union. Efforts have been made to dismiss it on grounds that changes in the teaching system have made the question no longer necessary to adjudicate. The school was listed in the official Catholic directory as a parochial school of the church, but Town Opens Drive to Halt Extinction Killer Fails To Appear at Acolyte's Rites Ret)t and Try Before You Buy . THAT Band or String Instrument Piano, organ rentals — lessons at BENEDICT MUSIC CO. 6 l _5 ?-_ < ^L err y STEEL FILE with safe- o fi tion" "".Z'.'1..S.1'.''..1T.". "l-'-T -S 9,000| NEW SHIPMENT of gabardine trench and chair; 4* barrel-baric 0 chalrsl"^! question corner cupboards; bed complete, $20; 12 ga. single barrel shot-, „ „ „„KI.-_ „V J • .u «• • , gun. $8; 16 ga. bolt action shotgun. I as a public school in the official &T 8 A : ««e lne , mac i , -i5lf» : «K?5' ? PINET ! directory of the state superintend PIANOS, also ANTIQUES. Lawson 1 Trading Post, the Big Red House, 2047 Grand Ave. Hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. HARRIET HUBBARD AVER dolls with makeup kits and curlers. Clothes made to order for all dolls. Doll's Dress Shop, 1139 Brown Ave. Phone 6836-9. SEWING MACHINE — New portable. Inquire 249 W. Brooks St. after 4 p.m. ent of public instruction. The church has since relinquished any influence in thej school and officials have hired two WILSONVILLE, 111. (UP) — Funeral Mass for a 14-year : old altar boy was held here Tuesday jwith a sheriff attending in hopes ELDORADO, 111. (UP) — This the b °y' s kiUer would reveal him- once-prosperous coal-mining town; self. has launched a new community f T Macoupin County Sheriff Elmer development program aimed at ?° nes tsa ^ d , be was "disappointed" averting the danger of becomingr 13 * ^ Je s ty e . rr °f J* mes " C * ip * ghost town jper" Goscmski failed to come for- AJ1 bungalow, near Stone school. Basement. New forced air heat. Plaster walls. Nicely decorated. Garage. Lot (16x200. Heat $80. Taxes $71.80. $8,000. Hill Arcade. 8-1551, 7513-6. BOARS, GILTS, KAMS. Well grown, medium type boars, tested, vaccinated, guaranteed breeders, priced to sell, Durocs, Berkshires, Poland Chinas, Chester Whites and Hamp- ^hlres are available: We are offering Suffolk and Hampshire rams ready for service. Knoxville F.F.A. Chupter. Inquire at Knoxville High School. Phone 05-3506 or 95-368B. Wanted to Buy—21 1,000 OLD FEATHER BEDS wanted. Also new feathers. Will call. Write Davis. Box 637. c/o Regisl£r-Mail._ GOOD USED ping pong table, electric train, also ice cream freezer, gallon size or over. Boy'a bicycle wanted. Write Box 030, c/o_Register-Mall L DISPLAY CASES wanted. Glass tops and ironta. Call 2633-0 or 6255-8. SHOTGUNS WANTED. Spot cash for used shotguns. Buying anything, any condition except bolt action. Also buying revolvers, old or new. Gil Hebard Guns. Knoxville _95r347X When you want to TRADE, BUY, OR SELL real estate CALL- HARRISON AGENCY. REALTORS 4548. _ Jll_Bank_of Galesburg Bldg. W. BERRIEN—Near St. Joseph's Academy. Down, 4 rooms Including modern kitchen and <j bath: 3 bedrooms, full bath up. Hardwood floors throughout. Garage. Shown by appointment. $9,250. Make us an offer. OTIS HOLMES, BROKER 406-407 Hill Arcade _8-122JB 4-ROOM BUNGALOW. N.W. Well decorated, oil heat, modern kitchen, new double garage. $9,250. Wayne Goodale Realty Co. 7824-6 or 2980-9 _or Mrs. Alters 544B -0. 3 BEDROOM utility type bungalow. 2'j years old. Near new school Nice lot. S. E. Could finance to responsible party. See anytime. Phone 7149-7. _ _ _ BUNGALOW — 2 bedrooms down, 1 up. Large living-dining room. All modern. 404 W. Snyder St. Abingdon Phone 2440. For Rent—22 2 ROOMS furnished for light housekeeping. On bus line. Inquire 63 K. Maty St. Phone 6973-2. DESIRABLE sleeping room in modern only. Close in. Gentleman preferred. Phone 5761-8. 171 VV. Berrien. NICE WARM FRONT sleeping room. Stoker heat, hot water, near bath. Near bus. Close In. Call 0760-9. SLEEPING ROOM — On first floor suitable for 2 employed ladies or gentlemen. Private bath. No drinking. Call evenings. 65S E. Main Phone 3780-8. OCT. 18—3-bedroom house. Located at 1021 South Chambers St. Shown by appointment. Phone 7085-2. TWO 2-room apt* or one 4-room apt., second floor, utilities furnished. Adults only. 1040 N. Kellogg. SLEEPING ROOM—Employed person. Hot water. Wear bath. Large closet. Also garage for rent. Mrs. Charles T Clark. Phone 2756-6. SLEEPING ROOM for 1 or 2. Large closet. Bus line. Close to bath. Walking distance to town. 281 Sumner^ 7324-0. SLEEPING ROOM—Warm, well furnished. Clean bathroom. Walking distance to_town._JPhqne__M3jfc!L_ 2 ROOMS and bath, unfurnished. Private entrance. No pets. Call 5112-4. LOWER 6-ROOM Strictly modern. Located at 354 North or call 3180-2 before 6:30 p.m. unfurnished sp^t. G. W. PARKINS, REALTOR City Properties—Sales—Phone 8-12B8 Dora E. Clary J! h 2 ne —?? 65 ' 7 ._ FAMILY HOME, well located. Can be financed on contract to responsible purty. $8500. For further information call CLARIBEL LEONARD, REALTOR Phone_6678-6__ Rooin_3,_Carr_Bldg. 25 ACRES, well improved. Second road north Cozy Inn, 1!J miles west, V» mile north. Carter Purl, Route; 1, Rio. $10,800 BROWN AVE. 4 room while frame utility bungalow. Nearly new. Tile I bf(lh, shower. Living room, 1 bedroom carpeted. Built in kitchen Plastered walls. Newly decorated New garage. RALPH DAVES, INC., REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6464-2 Eves. 1330-9 barn. Blacktop road, near Knoxville. $12,500 416 Hill Arcade Phone 8-1422, 5022-9 Art Jacobson 6487-2 BUI Davis 1004-2 MODERN FOUR-ROOM HOME. Re cently redecorated throughout, new roof, new outside paint. Basement, gas floor furnace. N.E. location. Priced at only $4,500 WM. E. YARDE, REALTOR 419 Bondl Bldg. Phone 8-1274 Eves. 1931-9 LET THIS HOME pay you to be the owner. Two 5-room apts. Modern bath. Modern kitchen. Lower arranged for 3 bedrooms. Close in north location that always makes a good rental. Owner leaving state. $8,000. HENSHAW REAL ESTATE llflfi N. Kellogg Phone 4316 Wm. Quigley, Sales, 6155-2 coats. Crease resistant, durable,! water repellent, silk lined. Most popular dress coat. Special $19.95. Bell Tailors, 54 S. Seminary. FALL COLORS AHEADI Get your color film now. Kodachrome. Koda- color, Ansco Color. Illinois Camera Shop. 84 S. Prairie. small limed oak desks with matching chairs. Call before 5:30 p.m. 42 S. Cherry St. 5-ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW Long living room. Newly decorated. Hardwood floors. Built-in cupboards. Stairway to attic. Sun porch. Storrns and screens. Stoker. Garage. Choice north location. Shown by appoint ment. FRED A. JOHNSON, BROKER 657 N. Kellogg St. Phone 2602-5 Mrs. Seibert. Sales. Phone 3708-9 Clearance Sale! Used Singer Sewing Machines Electric Consoles from $79.50 Electric Portables from $59.50 Treadles from $19.95 Singer Sewing Center 220 E. Main REFRIGERATOR 9 cu. ft., chrome dinette, small chest of drawers, lawn chairs, bridge lamp, table, etc. 1256 E. Grove. ELECTRIC RANGE, bathroom fixtures, window sash. Call after 6 p.m. 1637-0. $5750 LOMBARD ST. 5 room white frame Long living room, bedroom, kitchen down. 2 bedrooms up. Cement basement. Good furnace. Stool. Garage. RALPH DAVES, INC.. REALTORS 92 S. Chambers — Phone 6878-6 Ralph Daves Bernard Reavy 6484-2 Eves. 1330-5 809 FLORENCE AVE. 3 bedroom brick, gas heat, drapes, carpet, mirrors, TV antenna, garage, $17,000. Phone 6194-4. 100 -ACRE FARM. 50-50 basis. Tenant must be honest, ambitious and experienced with livestock. Give references, experience, number in family and equipment. Farm must be kept neat and in good repair. Box eti, c/o Registex-Maii. i Why Save Rent Receipts? SAVE MONEY THROUGH HOME OWNERSHIP I BUNGALOWS i Rm. 3 bed. Mod. bath. Bsmt. Furnace. - ,.$6850 5 Rin. 2 bed. Bath. Bsmt. Furnace. N.W. Garage. $7500 5 Rm. 2 bed. Bath. Hdwd. firs. Bsmt. Aut. oil heat. Garage. N. location - — $1500 6 Rm. 3 bed. Hdwd. firs. Bath. Esrnt. Stoker heat. Dbl. garage. NW location. --$8000 3 Rm. Brick. 2 bed. Mod. bath. gas heat. Garage. '. $10,500 LITTLE HOUSE, BIG HOUSE, LOW PRICE OR HIGH, SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY! STEPHENS. BROKER 118 N. Seminary Mary Stephens 8-1256 H Quimby 8-1333 YARDE REAL ESTATE 419 Bondi Bldg. TWO FAMILY UNITS SIDE BY SIDE Built in 1949. Each unit has "L" shaped living room with picture win dow, modern kitchen, bath and two bedrooms. Plastered walls, hard wood floors. Nice basement, oil heat with separate controls. Double garage. Excellent location. $25,000. Dale Knlss, Salesman Ph. 8-1274 Eves. 7918-5, 1931-9 UNUSUALLY NICE CAPE COD, N Cherry, north of Fremont. Large living room, screened porch, 2 large bedrooms, modern bath, large modern kitchen, dining area, disposal dishwasher. Finished bedroom, half bath, 2nd floor. Hardwood floors. Insulated. Storms, screens. Excellent full cement basement, gas heat, attached garage. A very desirable, well-built home in an excellent location. By appointment. Asqulih ic Wetherbee, Realtors, 2]3 Peoples Bldg.. dial 4772. Eve., 6705-7 or 5911-6. $7,500 3-BEDROOM MODERN FRAME, 552 N. Chambers. Large Jiving room, dining room, 1 bedroom, bath, kitchen down. 2 large bedrooms up. Good decorations. Hardwood floors. Full basement, hot air furnace. Garage. Deep lot. A desirable family home in a good location and priced ' right at $7 ,500. By appointment. Asqulth & Wetherbee. Realtors, 213 People's Bldg.. dial 47f2. Eve 8705-7 or 5911-fi. FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR DUPLEX. CLOSE IN. 3 bedrooms each side, everything separate: salidly built, newly painted- Triple garage. Live in one side, let the other side make the payments. Immediate possession. 8-1551, 7513-8. i-ROOM BUNGALOW. N.E. Large living room, well decorated, modern kitchen, good basement. Oil furnace, garage. $10,000. Wayne Goodale Realty Co. 7824-6 or 2980-fl or Mrs. Alters, 5449-0. * K. Stanners 3640-5 Wm. Underwood FOR SALE—On Route 34. west Galesburg. 5 acres, including 5-room house, restaurant, oil station, recreation room. Idea! spot for motel. This must be sold soon, and Is priced to sell. Call James Leary, 309 N. H St.. Monmouth, 111. Phone 3433. HOMES - HOMES Knoxville • Galesburg - Knox County DAUB U- BRAGG, BROKER KNOXVUXS i SEE Betty .Crocker's NEW GENERAL MILLS MIXER WITH A TIMER $43.95 ALSO OTHER G.M. APPLIANCES LAWSON ELECTRIC CO. 62 S. Seminary Phone 7166-6 IVIES. PHILODENDRON. ivy geraniums, begonias, oriental pop'pies, iris, Japanese peonies, bay lilies, double peonies, strawberry and raspberry plants, fruit trees, plant food, potting soil, vermiculate. Wade Greenhouse, 1421 Jefferson St. DUO-THERM oil heaters authorized dealer—Bill's Appliance Sales and Service, 568 N Henderson St. 6172-6 WE BUY AND SELL used furniture. Coffey's Auction Co., 771 West Main. 1591-8. J. P. MOFFET Is located in shop at rear of house at 289 N. Henderson. 3818-6. Clocks, watches sold, repaired. - nnrp iSJj^f^r"! 8 '^ Crowds of mourners attended regular women teachers to replace i^JZ I™ ^nut^n S rites at the altar of the little Holy the five nuns who formerly acted I^Lj^L^?" P^ 1 ^?"' have |Cross Catholic Mission Church as principals and instructors. I 01 ^^" in , I e ™?i y * ^ • 'where 10 days ago the boy knelt On that basis, the defendants' F™^™^ i i?^ ™,i5fn a ^'to serve at Mass I have asked that the court dismiss i^'f™^ /\ h " e „„!fu*. p "« „ *„i The boy was killed by a shotgun Mrs. Larson's suit. They c aim \he '^,*^ t 2£ SL^hf!blast last week and Jones said he |question is now moot. £?° P lLr/ g * nd 3 ° bs ithought K was a squirrel-hunting Mrs. Larson and Edward H.! v„,„ , h '„ „„„ „„ . „ Jaccident. Meyerding, executive director of L^I.iL It S gn J n ° u V " '( "Whoever did it is just too jthe Civil Liberties Union, have in -!*T« , J?ML Hon «f « ml scared 10 come forth '" Joncs said " 'sisted on an adjudicaUon however, populace here is pretty and Judge Bernard Decker willfi ? n JM°fe hold a hearing Oct. 29 on the dc-j 10 ^/" . w p .„„ 'the person who fired the shot is fendants' motion to dismiss. They n( I ha { ™ rtan „J S tSi ™™nftv Ho' worried about what they ' d think regard it as a test case for 3oE „S - ™-™-~ "' of him for not admittin S U ri & ht McFall Monument City Limit* - W Main — Galesburg Mulberry Hobby Shop All Craft Master Subjects Available Liquid Tri-Chem Paint 881 Mulberry Phone 2633-0 Ward Week Special! New 5 -ton Lo-Load Sr. Wagon 72" track, short turn. On Sale for Ward Week Only Reg. Price 155.00 Sale Price 139.88 MONTGOMERY WARD & CO FARM STORE il N. Kellogg Phone 4960 Block & Kuhl SALE New Hamilton, General Electric and Maytag Driers. We have many used Refrigerators and Washing Machines, $25 to $90 Block & Kuhl Co. Your RCA. and G.E. Television Dealer JERIS HAIB TONIC, re*. 83c. Jeris hair oil, reg. 40e, both for 79c. Red Crosa Drug Store, Main and Seminary. STOVE—Coal and wood range with reservoir. Very good, white enamel, good oven and warming oven. Res* •ongbtf priced. SOW-*" GENERAL ELECTRIC Washing Machine Special Reg. Price $149.95 Now $118.88 and your old washer BLACK BROS. Main & Seminary Ph. 4822 A New Discovery Battery Guaranteed 5 Years (60 Months) New Hurricane Battery 57 and 63 Plates Plastic Separator* $1895 . GAMBLES 480 E. Main , Phone 4511 CANARIES Phone 05-5243. REFRIGERATOR. 8 cu. ft., also electric nut machine. Phone 6255-8 or 2633-0. Don't Buy Until You Have Seen Our Used Appliance Bargains GALESBURG GAS SALES E C. Ringlien, Owner 425 E. Main Phone 2211.-6 Dopp Hardware PARKERETTE LAWN SWEEPER 831 E. Main Phose 4883 Corbin's Auction House 639 S .Cedar Phone 8-1433 WUJ Buy, Sell, Trade or Auction Furniture, Tools. Antique* Ooen 8 :30 till 5 :30 AJway* C*U 9-1 *33 for Your Auction] Elmore ELMORE—Sgt. Robert Garrison returned home Monday after a year of Korean duty. Mr. and Mrs Donald Garrison, Sandra and Mrs. Inez Garrison went to Columbus, Ohio, to meet him Sunday. Mrs. Robert Garrison and son, who had made her home with her parents during her husband's absence returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blust of Wheeling, Mo., have spent the past week at the home of their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blust. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Philbee and family and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Philbee were recent visitors at the Orville Philbee home in Elmwood. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thompson and son, Richard, were Sunday dinner guests cf his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Thompson of Williamsfield. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes of Rock- Island spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Lumberry. Sunday afternoon callers at E. J. Grohs were Miss Nellie Walden of Knoxville and Mrs. Orville Tucker and grandchildren, Coleen and Roland Carter, of Brimfield. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Philbee spent Sunday evening with his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Degroot of Elmwood. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stevens and Teddy and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stevens spent Saturday evening in Peoria. i Mr. and Mrs. George Hawks Jr. 1 and family of Edwards, George! Hawks Sr. of Peoria and Dani Stevens were Sunday dinner guests at the William Hawksi home. i Michael, small son oi Mr. and! Poston told a gathering of nearly one-third of the town's residents how Eldorado could reverse the "process of decay" that has set in. First step in the plan will be a census of the town by 200 volunteers to determine the makeup of the population. Next would be a series of weekly meetings by study groups to determine the town's specific problems and how to solve them. Then would come the task of putting those proposed solutions into action. This will be the first time the plan has been tried in Illinois, Poston said. rimiUr VituatioW";; imnoir ^r^j ^r ^v^ 1 PnS'Sl "i linois Universitj Poston held a A 100 . man search party found similar position at the University| the boy - s body in a wooded ravine of Washington and aided towns 'Saturday night, several hours after there to rebuild. ! Ke rode out of town on flis bicycle with his dog and gun. Jones said the shotgun blast which tore the boy's side was fired from about 40 feet away. He said the boy apparently was crouching, watching a squirrel's nest,' when he was shot. "It's kind of typical of a lot of hunters that they will turn and fire at any movement," Jones said. "It's an awful foolish thing." uncounted others elsewhere in the nation. Mrs. Larson said today that she and her family have felt the resentment of ueighbors in the Johnsburg area, which is heavily populated with Catholics of German descent. "It's all pretty petty," Mrs. Larson said, "such as children mak-. ing faces at us when we drive past the parochial school. Once they threw rocks at our car. "I have a feeling that some people are trying to make a religious fight out of this—which it is not." Berwick BERWICK — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campbell of Peoria, spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ekstrom and children of Galesburg, spent Friday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Shaver. Harve Olson of Farmington, called Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Brooks) spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Minnie Hiett Mr. and Mrs. Price and son of Galesburg, spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Shaver. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Olson spent Sunday afternoon in Galesburg at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jennie Seward. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Duncan and Mrs. Lucy Jones of Galesburg, called on relatives and friends Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Will Shaver had the .misfortune to mash her hand in the! clothes wringer Thursday at the Hot Dog has Rival In Italian Pizza ASBURY PARK, N. J. M— Tha hot dog has a new rival for the affections of board-walk gourmets. Pizza, the tomato pie imported from Italy, is making cash registers jingle all along the fabled Jersey shore. They are the exclusive fare at scores of boardwalk stands and pizzeria proprietors predict an even bigger boom. Frank Brown, an authority on the subject, credits tastiness and economy with making the pie the big seller it is. He says teen-agers started the boom. Short on cash, they found that a divided pizza went a long way toward filling an empty stomach. Woman Makes Deposit Of $11,500 in Lettuce NEW YORK Gft-Vice President Theodore Theban was making final plans for opening a branch office of his banking firm when there came an insistent rappiDtf at the door. Theban opened the door to find a woman carrying a shopping bag topped by a head of lettuce. But the bag wasn't all lettuce. Insisting that she wanted to be , , . - . . . ,the first to open an account, the home of her son., Arlene Shaver, j woman dug under the lettuce and She was taken to a doctor where produced |H,500 in cash. She got she received medical aid, and shelter wish, is improving nicely. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Olson spent Mrs. Duane Philbee has been quite sick with a boil in his throat and has missed several days of school. Mr. and Mrs. John Lumberry spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Yelni. i Monday afternoon in Galesburg, at the home ol his sister, Mrs. Lit lian Clayton, and also at the borne of their son, Mr, mi Mrs. Dale Olson. Mr. and Mrs. James Moris spent Monday afternoon at tin home of Mr. tad Mrs. Nprri» Meacham.

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